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The Three Musketeers In The Three Musketeers the good is triumphant over evil as in most books in the English language The author Alexander Dumas represents DArtagnan and the three musketeers as the good in the book and Milady and Cardinal Richelieu represent the evil Good is successful in defeating the evil because of the heroic deeds of dArtagnan DArtagnan is the main character in the story He wants to become a musketeer so he takes a letter of introduction to his fathers friend Monsieur de Treville who was the captain of the musketeers so he can be accepted in the Royal Academy On his way to Paris where Monsieur de Treville is at he is mugged and the letter is taken from him He still manages to get in the Royal Academy so he can become a musketeer Athos one of the three musketeers is the oldest of the three musketeers He is closer to dArtagnan than the other musketeers are Aramis is also a musketeer He was to become a priest but instead he became a musketeer because an officer ordered him not to speak to a lady he was loyal to He also lived in the monastery but he left it because he was unable to speak with the lady The last of the musketeers is Porthos He was the most vivid of the three musketeers At the end of the book he gives up being a musketeer to marry an older woman who ha s a lot of money Milady is also the main character but the evil main character She is a spy for the cardinal DArtagnan is very attracted to her when he first sees her even after he finds out that she wants to kill him he still finds her attractive Milady is responsible for the deaths of many innocent victims and at the end of the novel is tried and executed by the three musketeers
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